Like it or not, there is a cybersecurity talent shortage. But whether or not that skills gap is catastrophic or inconvenient for your business is entirely up to you.
It’s tempting to draw a connection between cybersecurity skills shortage and data breaches. But the reality is much more complex and data breaches may be a symptom of a larger problem.
Given the dearth of cybersecurity pros in the marketplace today, a new Juniper Networks report suggests that security automation is potentially the solution.
There is an obvious problem with how we approach cyber security. But blockchain may enable a single marketplace of enterprises, consumers, vendors and geographically-diverse security experts to help revise the hiring model, make cyber security more efficient, and decrease the impact of malicious attacks globally.
The bubble in cyber security jobs is encouraging people to look for better opportunities at exactly the wrong time, and that may lead to the detriment of the fight against cyber crime. A new report by (ISC)2 found that a staggering 84% of cyber workers are open to new opportunities or plan to change employers in 2018.
Tripwire's latest survey highlights that shortage of cyber security skills is exposing an organization's vulnerabilities, leading to increased outsourcing.